Making a Cursive Uppercase G Begin by moving it to the top line and forming a little loop. Then, make a little dip in the top of your stroke and move it outwards. Finally, finish by lifting your pen off the paper.
Cursive writing of a lowercase z Begin your stroke just below your midline, and then, similar to a capital cursive Z, draw a little "2" shape without the tail on the end of the two. Make a fast circle when your stroke touches the bottom line. End your letter with a full stop/period.
Making a Cursive Lowercase M Begin your stroke on the left side of the centerline. Bring your stroke all the way to the bottom line, then back up to the centerline. Rep this process, this time looping out to the right to either finish the letter or link to the following letter.
Cursive Writing an Uppercase Z Begin with a "2," but as your stroke reaches the bottom line, do a short loop on the inner, left side of the letter, nearly right below your beginning place. End with a full stop.
Making a Cursive Lowercase G Begin your lowercase g on the middle line, as shown (above). Begin by forming a "o" shape. Take your stroke down below the bottom line once you've circled back around to the starting position. When writing in cursive, the tail is used to link letters to make words. So to write the word "good," start with the letter "g." Circle back around to the beginning point using the tail as an extension of the arm. Now move on to the next letter "o." Repeat this process until you have written out the entire word.
G is the seventh most common letter in the English alphabet and it appears at the beginning of many words, such as gospel, generate, grief, and so on. It is also found at the end of some words, such as before-mentioned, gospelize, and grief.
In addition to being written in cursive, G is often used as a decorative element in calligraphy and handwriting. Decorative scripts are useful for giving instructions or writing notes. They can also be used as a signature. For example, doctors sometimes sign their names in cursive to show that they has treated someone.
Making a cursive uppercase K As seen in the picture above, start the capital K at the top line and work your way down. Bring it back up to the centerline without stopping your stroke. Stroke out to the right of the letter and to the top line from the center line. That completes one loop around the letter. Now come back to the starting point and repeat this process for each corner of the letter.
Using the Capital Letter F Begin the capital letter F on the top line, as shown in the diagram (above), to create the top line of the F. Bring your stroke down to the bottom line from the middle of the top of the F, forming a tiny tail off the left side. Then, using a single line, cross the f in the middle. Finally, bring your pen back up to complete the F.
To write the letter I in cursive, apply an upward stroke to the dotted line. After that, return to the bottom line. Stroke upward along the dotted line. Then return back down to the bottom line and finish by putting a dot just above the dotted line.